A: The nature of the fee depends on the type of the case. It is common in personal injury and death cases to receive a fee contigent on the outcome. For example, Spooner Law may require a certain percentage of any monies paid/awarded and if there are no monies paid/awarded the client would owe nothing for attorney's fees.
Q: What about matters that are typically charged by the hour? How does Spooner Law structure its fees in these situations?
A: Once again, this depends on the specifics of the case. A fee based upon each hour worked may apply, as could a flat fee or a fee based on the nature of the services being provided. Spooner Law believes in VALUE BILLING, meaning a fee can be agreed upon based on the nature of the case, the potential outcomes and/or other relevant factors.
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